Last Saturday some of our favorite names in indie rock stole the stage, and took us to church (literally).Read More
A manifesto on faded lines, love for friendly figures and fear of the darkRead More
to its beginning to its end.Read More
This year’s III Points music festival took us through a space time warp which transcended into a disco-lit haven.Read More
let me know what you think.
with love and little rain clouds,
This article is comprised of current work that I've entitled 'Unravel', which seeks to capture the intimacy of getting to know oneself in a world that views feeling good as indulgent and gaudy. Everyone should want to feel good in their skin and flaunt it.Read More
“fall the fuck in love with what you’re doing and there’s no way people won’t pick up on the magic.”Read More
I took a trip to Paris this November, during the quiet, less tourist-y time of year. This photo series, shot on Kodak Portra 160 and 800, documents the noticed surroundings I felt as I explored Paris, a city so historic, and yet so vibrant, glowing, and ever-changing.Read More
I suppose I always have a goal to photograph other people more than I do when I take my camera out, but I tend to end up stuck in my head and just snap pictures of my surroundings––In this case, Rochester, Montreal, Albany, and Chicago––with just a few of friends and strangers and always a self-portrait or two.Read More
a love letter to a musician, a best friend, a soulmate.
This is how much you mean to me.Read More
With mellow chords, soothing vocals and an ethereal sounds, Laney Tripp is able to place listeners in a calm meditative state with her music. Released on September 21st, her first EP “Small” is a collection of short personal anecdotes carried by nostalgic melodies.Read More
From the beginning of this trip I knew that I could either wallow in self pity over the fact that I don’t have a home here anymore, or I could embrace gratitude for the chance of being able to visit Hanoi for the last time in a long time.
I chose the latter.Read More
The 1975 have never strayed away from vocalizing their opinions through their music, this album being a direct message to the postmodern scene of social media and it’s direct consequences on the worldRead More